Thanks. Well, if anyone has a 311-1192-00 10K pot w/switch in their back pocket, I'd be interested in that. and the 2 knobs that go on it. It works, at least as far as I can tell just turning it, but the center stem is bent, so there's a catch, where turning the switch stem moves the pot, and vice versa.
You might be able to find something here:http://www.qservice.tv/vpasp/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=59&cat=TEKTRONIX+Potentiometers+-+Switches+-+Connectors ...Good luck!
As an old fart, I had put off buying the FTDI cable ( $ 20 ) to allow in circuit programming, but I had to buy a USB/ttl module at the weekend, for $4, and it has all the pins available, so I fitted a cap for resetting and the project can be reprogrammed via its USB lead.I bought spare one at that price, so I saved $16 on the lead for in circuit programing for future projects
I got an Iomega Zip drive with a nice stepper motor, very odd servo (it opens the disc cartridge door), and a few good parts,
I guess that 1/4 of the chip is used for each Ethernet channel. There was a separate integrated transformer package for the DSL input.
Hi, my workplace had to order 100 12way PCB mount screw terminals.One of the online suppliers gave us the price we were looking for with 6 day delivery.On the due day the satchel turned up and out popped the contents in the first picture, a box of 50, a bag of some and a smaller box.The supplier had to go to, by the looks of it, three different locations in their network to get the required numbers.Well the bag had 49 items, the small box, I'll let the second picture explain.
and one very interesting part I didn't know existed. It's apparently 16 transformers inside one surface-mount, approximately quadruple-height chip: Ever use one of these? I guess that 1/4 of the chip is used for each Ethernet channel. There was a separate integrated transformer package for the DSL input.
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